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on "washington week." >> wall street took advantage of america. it's now our turn to look at wall street contributing to a better america. >> sounds simple enough. but a bank regulation bill that seems like a slam dunk only a short time ago -- >> i think we're very, very close -- gwen: has run into a partisan buzz saw on capitol hill. >> this bill wouldn't solve the problems that led to the financial crisis. it would make them worse. gwen: might the same thing happen to president obama's eventual supreme court nominee or to the plan embraced by global leaders this week to reduce nuclear weapons? but saws ever where. >> the tea party movement. gwen: much of it building under the tea party flag. >> stop calling anyone un-american. let the unintended consequences of these actions, the results are un-american. gwen: covering the week, david wessel of "the wall street journal," gloria borger of cnn, peter baker of "the new york times," and john dickerson of "slate" magazine and cbs news. >> corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- >> additional funding for "washington week" i
american troops. >> we did not choose this war. this was not an act of america wanting to expand its influence. >> but did he make any headway with the government in afghanistan plagued by corruption? and the f.b.i. rounds up nine members of a militia-style group in michigan charged with plotting violence against police. >> they could kill a lot of people just by themselves. >> what does it tell us about the threat of domestic terrorism? those stories this week from the reporters who cover them. dan balz of "the washington post," john harwood of cnbc and "the new york times," martha rad ditz of nbc news and michael duffy of time magazine. >> award-winning reporting and analysis, covering history as it happens. live from our nation's capital, this is "washington week" with gwen ifill. produced in association with "national journal." corporate funding for "washington week" is provided by -- >> i've been growing algae for 35 years. most people try and get rid of algae. we're trying to grow it. the algae are very beautiful. they come in blue or red, golden, green. it can be converted int
that anticipates the future today. >> and help protect america everywhere. from the battle space to cyberspace. >> around the globe, the people of boeing are working together to give our best for america's best. >> that's why we're here. ♪ snothse we are one people ♪ ♪ >> what do you care about? introducing the project. we move the world forward. >> additional funding for "washington week" is provided by exxon mobile and the annenberg foundation and the public broadcasting and contributions from viewers like you. thank you. once again, hive from washington, moderator gwen ifill. gwen: good evening. after supreme court justice john paul stevens, the longest member of the bench and a liberal announced his pending environment, the president praised him and hinted at what is to come. >> while we cannot replace justice stevens' experience or wisdom. i'll seek somebody with similar qualities. independent mind and record of excellence and integrity and a fierce dedication to the ruling of law and a keen understanding of how the law affects the daily lives of the american people. gwen: before w
remember it? the big three putting out big cars, satisfying middle america? >> no, that's not going to happen. the new workers don't forget gm and chrysler and ford only are going to get $14 an hour to work on the line. those are not the jobs -- gwen: down from? >> down from at least double that and with benefits a little higher. and you remember in the good old days they were getting a lot of overtime. so an auto worker could basically leave high school and make enough money to buy a house and two cars and maybe a place up north. but the auto industry is changing and there's a lot more start-ups like tesla and they are getting government loans to actually build assembly plants. in fact fisker just closed today on a $500 million energy department loan they bought an old gm factory in delaware and they're going to assemble electric cars in a couple years. the industry is changing. it's going to look a lot like it did maybe in detroit in the 1900's. >> gwen, you will not be able to drive the giant hummer forever. gwen: don't even start with me. somewhere joe biden is smiling about tha
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